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Wild Wild Wifi: your router in Paranoid Mode, by Pablo González and Ioseba Palop

21 August, 2019. Over this #CodeTalks4Devs, two of our experts from the Telefónica CDO will show a proof of concept called Wild Wild Wifi, where they will use a router-device connection to change the connection password and much more.


#CodeTalks4Devs: Wild Wild Wifi: your router in Paranoid Mode, by Pablo González and Ioseba Palop

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Wireless security is, in many cases, one of the weakest fields for households. From the Telefónica Chief Data Office we have been working on a proof of concept (PoC) called Wild Wild Wifi through which, by using a device connected to a router, both will be synchronized and allow to change the connection password according to the programmed time.

Over this webinar, the experts will talk about the part of the code that has been implemented on a real router with OpenWRT and Luci. Moreover, they will show different solutions: the first of them is applied to a workstation, and the second one to a mobile station, that can be synchronized with the solution previously implemented on the router. This work is considered through a patent with more countries, which will also be addressed over the talk. If you want to learn and implement this kind of solution on a given network, don’t miss this #CodeTalks4Devs. Your Wi-Fi in Paranoid Mode!

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